Gyanarthi Media, College

Admissions open-2021 New Courses- B.com, B.com (Taxation), B.Com (Financial Accounting), B.Com (Banking & Finance), B.Com (International Business), CS (Company Secretary – Authorized ICSI study center Kashipur – SCN. 143)

B.Com. (International Finance)

Commerce

Working hours
Monday 10 AM - 6 PM
Tuesday 10 AM - 6 PM
Wednesday 10 AM - 6 PM
Thursday 10 AM - 6 PM
Friday 10 AM - 6 PM
Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday Closed

Curriculum

Click on a course name below for viewing the course description and course outcomes.

1st Year - Autumn Term

Emphasize on knowledge of business practices and processes in the corporate world and to acquire the business acumen.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • enumerate the concept of business organisation
  • analyze the significance of management functions and important organizational behaviour elements at different levels of organization.
  • develop and sharpen understanding of how different management approaches can be used to enhance organization effectiveness.
  • integrate skills to align individual and organizational objectives.
  • assess the application of management theories in real life decision making.
  • evaluate the managerial issues in different functional areas of organization.

Provide basic introduction of environment and its various components and impart knowledge about the need, various policies and methods to protect environment.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • observe the current environmental issues and associated problems.
  • devise new approaches to reduce various types of environmental pollution.
  • illustrate the basic knowledge of environment and its various components.
  • identify the environment policies and practices.

Focuses on measuring the overall effect of recorded transactions on the financial position of the business.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • record the business transactions in various types of vouchers using accounting software and generating accounting reports
  • prepare financial statements in accordance with appropriate standards
  • describe the main elements of branch accounting
  • solve the problems related to hire purchase and dissolution of partnership
  • analyze transactions in accounting and compute fair value of assets
  • compare the importance of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in relation to IFRS

Impart knowledge on central processing unit, and microchips to make computer hardware like hard disk and enter component on motherboard. Students will learn the basic concepts of circuits, systems and their applications.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • discuss the terminology, concepts and fundamental use of Office Suite
  • classify the use of technology for peer-to-peer and student communication
  • construct a professional approach for handling office suites by implementation in real world scenarios
  • compare Office Suites with other tools and analyse the due advantage of adoption of Office Suite
  • review about the accessibility features of Office Suite along with its applications and methods to customize them

Providing correct and fair information to all the stakeholders is the basic requirement of every business organization. This course focuses on developing knowledge and skills in understanding and applying accounting standards in the preparation of financial statements of entities and analyses and interprets those financial statements.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • determine the effect of using different depreciation methods on the financial statements of the organization
  • analyze the impact of U.S. GAAP and its application for reporting and compliance
  • outline the issues related to the valuation of assets and liabilities
  • identify how financial transactions affects the each element of the financial statements and determine their proper classification
  • understand the accounting treatment for impairment of intangible assets including goodwill
  • apply disclosure requirements as per U.S. GAAP while preparing and presenting the financial statements

1st Year - Spring Term

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • understand longer pieces of discourse independently
  • summarize a text for the benefit of peers orally or in writing
  • identify and overcome barriers of communication
  • evaluate and redraft a piece of writing
  • interpret and re-narrate a piece of text either orally or in writing
  • illustrate and appreciate the social norms of communication

Course aimed to create an understanding among business students to know the interplay between economics, business and government. Course will incorporate a knowledge set where students can easily comprehend the role of micro and macro level economics concepts.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • analyze the economic functionality from micro to macro level
  • establish an ethical understanding and perspective to business situations
  • describe the role of government in augmenting business using appropriate economic policy measures
  • discuss the interplay of business and economics
  • outline the operations of markets under varying competitive conditions and prices as allocative mechanisms
  • identify the causes and consequences of unemployment, inflation and economic growth

Provide an introduction to various legal provisions pertaining to business law.

Focuses on legal provisions regarding formation, management and winding up of a company.

The focus of this course is on the expenditure side of financial management by using techniques like budgeting, variance analysis, marginal costing etc. and the role of these techniques in improving the financial performance of the business organization.

 

Course Outcomes: Through this course students should be able to

  • describe the importance of strategic planning in attaining the long-term goals of the organization
  • demonstrate the role of budgets in measuring the performance of the organization
  • prepare performance analysis by comparing actual results with the standards

2st Year - Autumn Term

Provide an introduction to the basic statistical techniques used in solving economics and business decisions problems.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • classify statistics in context of descriptive and inferential statistics
  • analyze the role of statistical tools and techniques for strategic decision making
  • discuss the fundamentals of statistics used in business decision making
  • establish skills for statistical inference of business data
  • integrate data description with data inferences
  • construct the decision making process under uncertainty using statistical tools

Emphasizes on the accounting terminology followed by companies in maintenance of their accounting records.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • illustrate thorough knowledge of cash flow statement and the ability to apply them to solve problems
  • appraise the conceptual framework and provisions of managerial remuneration
  • identify and illustrate issues relating to raising of funds through internal and external sources
  • apply the accounting provisions for redemption of preference shares and debentures
  • apply the accounting provisions related to preparation of final accounts of companies
  • solve the accounting problems using the provisions of amalgamation and its accounting treatment

Financial Control is required to ensure that the goals of the business organization are met. This course focuses on various internal financial control measures that can be adopted by the business organization to improve governance and compliance within the organization.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • recommend alternative compliance frameworks for organizational control
  • identify the role of the accounting information systems in business decisions
  • illustrate the use of internal controls to manage the business resources and risk
  • evaluate the various types of cost drivers and the causal relationship that exists between cost drivers and costs incurred
  • describe the concept of continuous improvement and how it relates to implementing ideal standards and quality improvements
  • define big data and describe the opportunities and challenges of leveraging insight from this data

Financial decision making deals with analyzing financial data to take necessary decisions. The focus is on using financial tools like ratio analysis, working capital analysis etc. for decision making.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • demonstrate an understanding of the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations on various business decisions
  • demonstrate an understanding of the various factors that affect the corporate restructuring decisions
  • compute various financial ratios and conduct horizontal & vertical analysis for taking various management decisions
  • evaluate the quality of financial statements by investigating management’s strategic accounting choices
  • discuss how capital structure decisions affect the risk profile of a firm
  • analyze management decisions relating to handling working capital, raising international finance and dealing with corporate restructuring

Emphasizes on assessing tax liability of person as per the latest provisions of Income Tax Act.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • demonstrate the various statutory deductions available to individuals
  • apply the rules associated with the calculation of income under the head salaries, house property, business or profession, capital gains and other sources
  • examine the regulatory guidelines related to computation of total income and income tax of individuals
  • memorize and describe the basic principles of direct tax laws
  • apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to resolve income tax issues
  • use the provisions of the Income-tax act for e-filing of Income-tax returns

Students will be able to identify the key issues faced by organizations and develop models to help in removal of the issues.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • identify the issues related to community development and to find solutions for improvement
  • develop creative thinking process and evolving behavioral changes for effective solution to identified problem
  • employ the skills to promote unique idea among public aiming to originate substantial and sustainable development bringing in difference in the community at large
  • illustrate the ability to deliver effective presentation and written report covering major issues and suggestions related to the Project

2st Year - Spring Term

Emphasizes on verification of accounting records and includes auditing procedures and processes.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • outline the provisions of the Companies Act relating to appointment, conduct and liabilities of an auditor
  • develop an audit program and preliminaries before company audit
  • apply various techniques of vouching and verification of business transactions
  • analyze various types of auditor’s report and internal control procedures
  • discuss recent trends in auditing relating to computer assisted auditing techniques and electronic data processing

Financial Managers in a business organization are required to take decisions to maximize the wealth of stakeholders. This course will focus on using tools for analyzing and evaluating financial decisions.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • evaluate the various long term capital decisions while implementing a capital budget for a project
  • describe various ethical considerations and code of conduct to be followed by management professionals
  • identify various types of risk and explain the strategies to mitigate the risk
  • apply break-even analysis in costing decisions
  • demonstrate proficiency in the use of marginal analysis for taking corporate decisions
  • evaluate different pricing methodologies considering the various market conditions

Provide an introduction to various legal provisions pertaining to business law.

Focuses on legal provisions regarding formation, management and winding up of a company.

Focuses on the application of various cost concepts and costing techniques.

Focuses on improving the soft skills and employability skills of students in order to prepare them for interviews as well as contribute effectively in formal settings.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • make an effective resume and a digital profile to create a strong personal brand.
  • practice group discussion and group interaction to effectively contribute in formal settings.
  • apply successful answering techniques during an interview.
  • identify and acquire traits and skills required in the corporate world.
Focuses on substantial writing on a given topic.

3st Year - Autumn Term

Emphasizes on the accounting terminology followed by companies in maintenance of their accounting records.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • illustrate thorough knowledge of cash flow statement and the ability to apply them to solve problems
  • appraise the conceptual framework and provisions of managerial remuneration
  • identify and illustrate issues relating to raising of funds through internal and external sources
  • apply the accounting provisions for redemption of preference shares and debentures
  • apply the accounting provisions related to preparation of final accounts of companies
  • solve the accounting problems using the provisions of amalgamation and its accounting treatment

Provide hands -on experience, knowledge and exposure to work on real life projects.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • demonstrate and carry out independent work of practical importance
  • use rigorous methods to solve problems related to a substantive area of the study
  • develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences outside a traditional educational approach.
  • apply the knowledge and skills gained during degree program to generate new knowledge
  • practice the skills gained to deal with day-to-day workplace challenges
  • devise strategic approaches to solve multitude of business challenges

This course aims to demonstrate understanding of professional customs and practices. Students also learn to organize and maintain information. It improves problem solving and critical thinking skills. Students learn how to effectively utilize a new software tool to complete a task.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • apply knowledge and skills acquired in the classroom to a professional context
  • assess the quality of the contribution they have made to the organization
  • adapt the activities and functions of a business professionals
  • evaluate and reassess career goals as a result of the experience in the industry
  • review the professional and organisational skills
  • transform professional skills for organisational goals

3st Year - Spring Term

Provide hands on experience, knowledge and exposure to work on real life projects.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • Develop communication, interpersonal and other critical skills.
  • Develop awareness, understanding and capacity in the specific roles and responsibilities.
  • Illustrate the ethical implications in reporting and apply strategies for addressing them.
  • Identify ,formulate and model problems and find solution based on a systems approach.
  • Understand capability for self-improvement through continuous professional development and life-long learning.
  • Apply business concepts and theories to real-world decision-making.

Focuses on rules associated with calculation and payment of indirect taxes.

Course Outcomes:Through this course students should be able to

  • describe the provisions of reverse charge and composition scheme under GST
  • determine taxable event and valuation under GST
  • describe provisions of goods and services tax and customs law in India
  • examine the provisions relevant to registration and filing of GST return
  • calculate the tax payable under GST and custom duty
  • analyze taxation cases using the provisions of GST and customs law in actual practice

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Gyanarthi Media College

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